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Atomicity may refer to:
- atomicity (chemistry), the total number of atoms present in 1 molecule of a substance
- A synonym for valence (chemistry)
- Atomicity, an element of orthogonality in a component-based system
- Atomicity in order theory, see Atom (order theory)
- Atomicity (database systems), a property of database transactions which are guaranteed to either completely occur, or have no effects
- Atomicity (programming), in computer science, especially parallel algorithms, an operation appears to occur at a single instant between its invocation and its response
- Atomicity, a property of an S-expression, in a symbolic language like Lisp, to describe whether an expression is made of atoms (numbers or symbols) or is a list of S-expressions
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